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Hello everyone. I am new to your site. Came across you all while doing a Google search to identify a find today. I am not an avid fossil hunter, just a beach comber. After spending sometime on Google and then searching several of your forum posts I have been unable to find an answer. Some friends think I have found a bone, others say fossilized coral. Here is what I can tell you: Found along the York River shoreline during low tide (west of the Coleman Bridge) Was not attached to anything but simply lying on top of the sand about 3-4' out from the marsh grass. It is heavy. btw: I did not know I picked up a shell with a living snail it - which attached itself to the barnacle during transport. You may be happy to know I returned it to the shoreline. Yes, I am one of those who puts spiders outside too instead of stomping on them as well. Sorry about the hand pics. Noticed you all recommend not including hands for scale purposes (after taking said pics). Thank you in advance for any insight you may provide!